Latest jobs in National Engineering Service Pakistan Nov 2017admin
Latest jobs in National Engineering Service Pakistan Nov 2017. National Engineering Services Pakistan (Pvt) Limited (NESPAK) has announced jobs for year 2017 for both males and females . Both Males and females both can apply. It is a departmental test and now offer the following jobs :
- Database Expert
Qualification: MS.c / BS.c Engineering/BS-IT from HEC and PEC recognize university
Age Limits: To apply for these posts applicant must be no more than 18-30 years old
Apply before 3 Dec 2017
NESPAK organization was established in 1973 with key objective to create talented engineers and make them self-reliant and also to replace foreign consultants. Over these years the organization has worked hard to achieve its goal. Currently, 5000 employee work under this organization and head offices located in Karachi and Lahore. Other offices are also present in Quetta, Islamabad and Peshawar.
National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK)is looking for educated, competent and skilled candidates for the following:Database Experts/ Database Engineer with overall qualification of Ph.D/MS/MS.c/BS.c engineering with 1 year experience in relevant field.
Furthermore It consist of many sectors including: Building Service Sector, Disaster Management and Reconstruction Sectors, Industrial Sector, Energy Sector, Information, Technology and GIS sector, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Sector, Public Health Engineering Sector, Transportation Sector, Environment Sector and Water Resource Development and Dam Engineer Sector.
Moreover, organization has launched various projects that include Lahore Expo centre, Telecom Tower in Islamabad, Canyon view Development Project Islamabad, Crescent Bay Karachi, Pak Navy Allied Residential Complex Karachi, Greater Iqbal Park Lahore, Wadi Dayqah Dam, Oman, Peoples steel mill Karachi, Al-Batinah Coastal Road in Oman, Pak Suzuki Car plant in Karachi and many more.
There are total of 3685 projects out of which 3309 are completed and 376 are still ongoing. The total estimated turn over for year 2015-16 is 7.4 Billion.